Share Your #MysteryMonth Reading, Win a Year of Booklist!


Mystery Month is rolling right along, and now it’s time for you to get into the act! From now until midnight on Thursday, May 22, share a picture of the mystery you’re currently reading (or listening to), and you will have a chance to win a free year of Booklist, Booklist Online, and Book Links. Just tweet a picture of the cover using the hashtag #mysterymonth, or share it on our Facebook page (use the hashtag there, too). One winner will be chosen at random on Friday and announced—how else?—with the #mysterymonth hashtag.

Mystery Month

Haven’t had a chance to catch the Mystery Month coverage? Just head over to the home page of Booklist Online, where you’ll see some of the great online-exclusive material we’ve been publishing, such as “Mystery Mom: Growing up with a Crime Novelist” and “Nothing but Gray Skies: 6 Reasons Minnesota Is the Best Place for Scandinavian Noir.” You’ll find something new every weekday for the rest of the month, and even more on our Twitter feeds and Facebook page. Just follow #mysterymonth to keep up on all of it.

And now I’ll start off the sharing with the book I finished reading this morning, before work, on a Chicago park bench . . . Samuel Fuller’s Brainquake!

Brainquake by Samuel Fuller



About the Author:

Keir Graff is Executive Editor of Booklist Publications and the author of five books. His most recent is the middle-grade novel, The Other Felix (2011). Follow him on Twitter at @Booklist_Keir.

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